Alasdair Forsyth on who causes trouble and who doesn’t when drinking alcohol
Posted on 21-08-2012
Alasdair talks about the research challenging stereotypes around who causes trouble with drinking.

 

Alasdair Forsyth

Senior Research Fellow

Location: Glasgow

Alasdair Forsyth is a Senior Research Fellow at the¬†Scottish Centre for Crime & Justice Research, and Institute for Society & Social Justice Research at Glasgow Caledonian University.¬†Although originally a geographer, Alasdair has been working in the field of alcohol and other drugs research since 1985. Previous posts have included working on studies carried out at…

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